Widely considered one of Canada's Hip Hop legends, Solitair has established an impressive legacy from his many contributions to Canada’s urban music landscape. At 23 yrs old, Solitair made his mainstream musical debut on Choclair’s first major label album, ‘Ice Cold’ released in 1999. The album went gold in less than 30 days. In 2001 he released two Canadian Hip Hop classic songs; Kardinal Offishall’s ‘Bakardi Slang’, and his own ‘Easy to slip’, a song he wrote as an ode to fallen friends which continues to be hailed as one of Canada’s greatest Hip Hop songs. As a producer, he has collaborated on projects with many of Canada’s elite artists, as well as artists from around the world. By 2005, his work caught the ear of New York DJ Cipha Sounds, a radio personality at the legendary Hip Hop station HOT 97. Together, they eventually began to work with artists such as Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Busta Rhymes, Estelle, Rick Ross, Elephant Man, Jim Jones, and many more. While traveling back and forth between Toronto and NYC, Solitair was also traveling around the globe performing as a part of Kardinal Offishall’s world renowned live stage show. As a natural extension to Solitair’s musical path, in 2015, he became co-founder of 4Sound Music where he has been mentoring and collaborating with young and not-so-young musicians, spreading the love of music through music education.